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ORDERS IN COUNCIL.

INSPECTOR GENERAL'S OFFICE,

CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT,

Toronto, 30th March 1850.

OTICE is hereby given, that His Excellei^cy The Governor General In

1* Council has been pleased to approve of the following Regulations for the Inland Navigation of this Province, and for carrying of Goods Coastwise and for other purposes, under the authority of the Act passed in the 10th & 11th years of the Reign of'Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, intituled An Act for repealing and consoli dating the present Duties of Customs of this Province, and for other purposes therein j mentioned, and of an Act for amending the same.

REGULATIONS.

Section 1. — Be it ordered, That the Collector or proper Officer of Certain Customs at any Port of Entry shall receive entries of the following Leintroduce^

not exceeding Six Calendar Months, under Bond, [which Bond may be thout the taken by the Collector at the Port of Entry, or by the Collector at the dStTMenInd°f place of Export, as may best suit the convenience of the parties inte- without berested] to the satisfaction of such Officer, in double the amount of the warenou duty which would otherwise be chargeable on such Goods, and if such bond shall have been given at the place of Export, a Certificate thereof under the hand of the Collector or proper Officer of Customs, shall at the time of entering such Goods be produced to the Collector at the Port of Entry.

Section 2.—And be it further ordered, That the Collector or proper certificate Officer of Customs at any Port at which Goods may have been entered of B°nd be for Exportation, shall grant to the party entering such Goods a Certifi- beggranted. cate under his hand, containing a full and particular statement in detail of such Goods, when and from where, and by what vessel imported, the amount of and names of sureties, contained in the Bond, which Certificate must be deposited with the Collector of the Port from which the Goods are to be finally shipped with the outward entry: and the

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Collector of such Port shall on the due Exportation of such Goods, grant the party a Certificate under his hand to that effect, stating the name of Shipper, Vessel, Master, day of Shipment, and to what Port bound; Bonds to which Certificate shall be authority for the Collector or proper Officer bo cancelled. ^ cancei the Bond given on the introduction of the goods for their Exportation.

Relaxation Section 3.—And be it further ordered, Thatitfessels or Boats built sfonsVToth ail<l owneu" m tms Province, and employed in the transport of Goods or j ins section, 10 A Passengers in this Province, shall be considered as employed in the' 31 for vessel's Coasting Trade. And that such Vessels may carry Goods the produce in' the coast- of this Province, excepting Spirits or Distilled Waters, from and to ing trade. anv part thereof without entry or clearance, provided always the owners of such Vessels obtain a License for the season for that purpose from the Collector at the nearest Port of Entry at which they reside, conditioned that such Vessels shall not be employed in the foreign trade or in the transport of other than the above described Goods.

Spirits and Section 4.—And be it further ordered, That all such Vessels or Boats Goods Pftma maY canT as aforesaid all other goods the duty on which has been paid be taken by without entry or clearance, provided the Master shall keep a Cargo vessels carry-5oo& to be registered with the Collector of Customs at the Port to which Book. the Vessel may belong, according to the annexed form, in which shall be entered an account of all Goods taken on board his Vessel or Boat, noting the place and day at and on which the same were laden, the marks and numbers of the several packages, the description of Goods therein, the quantity and description of any goods stowed loose, particularizing the name of Shippers and Consignees, and also when and where any such Goods shall have been discharged, and to whom delivered.

Cargo Book Section 5. And be it further ordered, that the master of any such ed and shewn Vessel sha11 produce his Cargo Book to any Officer of the Customs whenlo Officer of ever the same shall be demanded, and answer all questions put to him, Customs. and such officer of Customs shall be at liberty to note any remark therein which he may deem proper, and if the Cargo Book shall not be kept in the manner here required, and the particulars of all cargo laden and unladen duly noted therein, the Goods and Vessel shall be forfeited, and the Master shall incur the penalty prescribed by law in that behalf.

For the Section 6.—And be it further ordered, That Goods arriving at a Port o^Goods6?)! of Entry *« transitu for another Port, may be transhipped for such ransiiu. other Port, in any registered Vessel,. upon the Vessel reporting outwards for the Port to which the goods may be destined, and taking a fcl(

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clearance for the goods; the Collector at the Port of arrival being required to forward by mail copies of such clearance, together with all particulars and description of the goods in his possession. /

Section 7.—And be it further ordered, That the entries inwards for Goods in such goods for warehouse or for duty, may be made at the Port ^or enfered'tor which the goods may be intended; and if for duty, the same may be duty or Wapaid at the Port of destination; and the Collector of such Port sna11 ^e^Port*'of in such case, forward a copy of such entry to the Collector at the Port destination, of arrival, together with a certificate of the duty having been paid on the goods, or Bonds having been taken for the warehousing of the goods; which entry and certfficate shall be a sufficient warrant for landing and transhipment of the goods; the Collector at the, Port of arrival being required to cause such goods to be marked wittf the first letters of the Port for which they may be destined, under the letter B, and over the number of the entry.

Section 8.—And be it further ordered, That the Collector or proper wheat or officer at any Port of Entry, shall receive a report outwards from any otner £riin , , ' , ... , , . * ground in tho

party desirous to take out of the Province wheat or other grain grown united Stain this Province, for the purpose of being ground, and shall admittes, the flour, meal or other produce of such wheat or grain, or the equi- Repealed by valent thereof, to entry free of duty; Provided that such flour, meal auwequant or other produce, is brought into this Province and duly reported inward within two days from the outward report of the wheat or other grain.

Section 9.—And be it further ordered, That in like manner the Saw logs Collector or other proper Officer shall receive outward reports of any the8**" logs or timber grown in this Province, and shall admit to entry free United Staof duty the boards, planks or scantling, the produce of such logsortes, timber, or the equivalent thereof: Provided always, that such boards, Repealed by planks or scantling, are brought into this Province and duly reportedf^^ton! inwards within seven days of the date of the outward report of the logs or timber from which the same has been made.

Section 10.—And be it further ordered, That the net proceeds of all Seizures, seizures and forfeitures be divided as follows: one-third to be paid to the credit of the Receiver General ; one.third to the seizing officer or officers; and one third to the informer or informers : in the event Superseded of the seizure having been made without information, two-thirds of S^JJJ^JJLflg, the proceeds shall be paid to the seizing officer or officers. The Coll- lion, ector of Customs or officr in charge of Ports to be allowed five per centum on the gross proceeds of seizures and forfeitures, for making

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